• Interview: Tamazon Interviews Susana Ellis

    Current Release: Treasuring Theresa Describe your current release in two sentences? She is a country lady; he is a London swell. They have nothing in common—do they? What have you had to give up to pursue your writing career? I've dreamed of being a full-time...

  • Review: Twelfth Night Secrets

    Lady Harriet Devere has a secret life, that involves assisting her older brother Nick - who is following in his father's footsteps - with his missions as a British spy. However, when Nick is killed in battle, the life Harriet assumes is over, has actually...

  • Review: What Happens At Christmas

    Is there anything better than a laugh-out-loud, chuckle-from-the-buckle read? Once again, Lady Lydingham and Lady Dunwell -from My Wicked Little Lies- meet again at Fenwick and Sons' ladies Tearoom. Camille and Beryl are identical twins. Camille has met...

  • Review: Kept Coveted Series Book 2

    Okay I'm gonna say this right off the get go. I didn't realize this was the second book in the Coveted series. So my review is going to be a bit biased. Warning to all the Coveted series fans; you may feel completely different about this then me because...

  • Review: Getting Lucky Marine, Book 2

    Lily Morisette wants roots. She has a dream that requires being settled. Lily wants to open her own restaurant because what's a master chef without her own space to be everything she can be? However, like most goals, achieving it will have to wait when...

  • Review: Love Overboard

    This was an excellent read from start to finish. I love light-hearted romps and this book was delightfully light, a quick read, and funnier than her Stephanie Plum series! This story starts with great characters, a solid scenario about a haunted ship...

  • Review: The Key

    I thoroughly enjoyed this novel. It is a reprint, but if you haven’t read this historical story, it’s a good book. The characters and situations are refreshing and are full of humorous scenarios. The main characters grow as a couple and experience personal...

  • Review: Babycakes Cupcake Club

    It’s a good book and the recipes sound yummy too! This book is part of a series, and the mainstay characters were quirky, yet kind. The plot is strong, and the heroine and hero were enjoyable. The only part needing further depth was the Olivia angle....

  • Review: Miss Isabella Thaws a Frosty Lord

    This entertaining read conjured up the atmosphere and exquisitely formal dance of manners so beloved in Jane Austen's books even as it provided the wonderful twists that this talented author conveys with seemingly effortless skill. I am enchanted by the...

  • Article: Alaina Stanford - Power

    Enter to win an eBook copy of When Magic Fails ! *** Thank you Tammie and Night Owl Reviews for letting me write this blog.  I have a great passion for writing about the power of friendship and love during adversity.  I feel the most important...

  • Article: Kat Martin's Holiday Traditions

    Comment to win an autographed print copy of Against the Odds ! End 1/11/2013 *** What makes a Holiday tradition?  It’s what families pass down to their children over the decades, even over the centuries.  By necessity, oftentimes in the...

  • Review: An Affair to Dismember The Matchmaker Series, #1

    I completely fell in love with this book. It absolutely sucked me into it from the very first page. I became so interested how the female characters meshed together and how the male characters acted around each other. All of the interaction between the...

  • Review: The Husband List

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Historical romances are usually fun in a contained way, with some kind of twist in the plot. Janet Evanovich and Dorien Kelly did a great job. I am used to reading Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie plum series, but am happy with...

  • Review: Spellfire A Novel of the Nightkeepers

    I must admit I was quite sad to come to the end of the Nightkeepers tales. This was one of the most unique series in the urban fantasy genre mostly due to the subject matter, the Mayan prophecy of the end of the world. What also set it apart was the uncertainty...

  • Review: One Good Earl Deserves a Lover The Second Rule of Scoundrels / Fallen Angels, #2

    I loved this book. Of course, I love all of Sarah MacLean's books. But I must say that I believe this to be her finest work yet. It's just that good! Get ready to re-define your idea of a romantic hero. Cross takes it to an even higher level. He may just...

  • Review: The Thorn & The Thistle

    The highlands of Scotland are not for the faint of heart. This area is known for it’s fighting men and it’s fierce love of Scotland. In the mid 18th century, England took control of Scotland and many of the highland clans rebelled. The Thorn and the Thistle...

  • Review: The Harp and the Fiddle Glenncailty Castle, Book 1

    Wow. What a fantastic romance, full of secrets and a bit of paranormal which kept my interest from the first page until the last. Not only did the characters come alive but so did Ireland as Caera and Tim traveled about. I was intrigued and wondered what...

  • Review: Silver Bella

    In this sweet and sexy short we get the story of an unlikely pairing between a model and a cowboy. The model in this case isn't your typical skinny model either, she's petite with curves to match and she's caught the attention of one very big, rich Texas...

  • Review: The Scoundrel and the Saint

    I really thought I was going to like "The Scoundrel and the Saint," but unfortunately this book did not live up to my expectations. Hoyt has some great characters in this story. The main male character, Brand, is funny, sweet, and he shows real growth...

  • Review: Crazy Little Thing

    Unfortunately, this was one book I just couldn’t get through even though I tried reading it at three different times. From the start, I found the storyline dragging, which in turn made me not connect with any of the characters. I really was hoping that...

  • Review: Fencing You In Riding Tall Series

    A delightful combination of heat and suspense make this an excellent contemporary romance. This was my favorite title in the series thus far and I was happy to see Tess get her chance in the spotlight and entranced by the determined Gage who demonstrates...

  • Review: Two Sinful Secrets The Scandalous St. Claires

    The story of Dominic St. Claire and Sophia Huntington is a beautiful and charming story of love overcoming familial stigma and belief to find happiness. The characters are engaging, and extremely well rounded. The story flows effortlessly, creating a...

  • Review: Christmas in Sugarcreek A Seasons of Sugarcreek Christmas Novel

    Shelly Shepard Gray has the talent to take you into an Amish community and make you feel as if you are part of it. She recognizes the differences and some of the issues faced and shares them in such a way as to make them understandable. Though this story...

  • Review: Black Fallen The Dark Ink Chronicles

    Riley Poe has faced deadly challenges in the past and has been bitten by three powerful strigoi vampires which has given her amazing abilities that are getting stronger every day. Now, she has been recruited by the Worldwide Unexplained Phenomena, a group...

  • Review: Double Masquerade

    Kate Fox offers no charade with this fabulous holiday Regency treat. Jane is a spunky, outrageous young lady who is not only eccentric but resourceful. It would have been easy for her to give up but she didn’t and I enjoyed seeing all of her dedication...

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